Six In The Morning: Vaginas, Penises, Condoms And Phallic Submersibles

1 BRITISH ROYAL VAGINA-BABIES ARE NOW WORTH THE SAME AS PENIS-BABIES And it only took until 2011. Naw, there’s no need for feminism any more.

2 THAT’S A WHOLE LOTTA MONEY PotashCorp had a good third quarter. Like more than $800 million good. Meanwhile, the head of PotashCorp made something like $11 million last year. Which seems kinda like too much.

3 OAKLAND POLICE VIOLATED OWN CROWD CONTROL RULES: CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYER Early Thursday morning, police in Oakland, California fired tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters in the Occupy Oakland movement. A U.S. veteran who was part of the protest suffered a brain injury and has been hospitalized. A civil liberties lawyer is now saying that the police violated their own protocol by not having medical help on site during their raid. It’s all very interesting. Today’s news on this is here.

4 VANCOUVER PLANE WRECKAGE CLEAR A pretty freaking dramatic plane crash happened on a street in Richmond, B.C. yesterday. You can read the latest  here. And the even more latest here.

5 NOTHING TO SUBMARINE HERE Apparently Canada’s navy is NOT getting nuclear submarines. Or IS it???? In any case our current subs suck.

6 CONDOMS FOR SOLDIERS! Hooray for condoms!

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth will never, ever pass up a chance to make a Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo pun.

5 thoughts on “Six In The Morning: Vaginas, Penises, Condoms And Phallic Submersibles”

  1. 1. Not to mention Catholic spouses of line-of-succession folks…except what does that mean for the religious upbringing of the children? Short-term thinking, there.
    6. How is this “Breaking News” when this policy has been in place since WW1, as clearly stated in the article?? Gee whiz, Freep.

  2. 6. True story: My grandmother worked in a condom factory during WWII. For some reason, I have this image in my head of her working in quality-control, stretching condoms over two fingers to make sure they’re the right shape. I think I made that part up.

  3. Barb: and also, “condoms” and “breaking” are two words that should be kept far apart.

    (The news is that NOW WE KNOW! So not super-newsy, but interesting.)

  4. Paul: as condoms were also used to help keep water, sand, etc. out of rifle and machine gun barrels, your grandmother worked in an essential service. On 2 fronts, as it were…

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